Inside Internode’s Orange-Hued Adelaide Offices

There’s no mistaking where you are when you visit Internode’s headquarters in the Adelaide CBD — the company’s trademark shade of orange is everywhere. Step inside for a photo tour through the offices of Lifehacker readers’ favourite Internet service provider.

As you’d expect in an ISP building, there’s plenty of server and comms rooms to keep everything ticking over. And as you’d expect in a building populated by geeks, there’s also some high-tech entertainment available in the form of a Sega Rally machine, as well as an industrial-strength coffee machine. We’re also big fans of the cupboard labelling: sure, you might know where everything’s kept, but in a rapdily-expanding organisation, making that clear for newcomers is often helpful.

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